Working From Home and Mental Health
A recent article from the Huffingtonpost highlighted some of the reasons why working from home need not come at the cost of your mental health. Working from home can help to reduce stressful work scenarios such as: long commutes, all day meetings, hostile work environment or a micromanaging supervisor. The perks of working from home may come at a cost though, when you are not able to turn your working self off. The articles gives 3 helpful tips to keep working from home from negatively impacting mental health. The first tip is to establish a work zone to keep up with productivity and focus. Their second tip is to stick to a schedule; this includes waking up around the same time, showering and getting dressed. The final tip is self-care. A few examples of self-care are daily meditation, exercise, art or participating in social events.
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